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The fuck is this disaster?

 

whatnot, back away from the internet and NEVER post pics of your kid online. You know there are pervs who will literally track down pics of kids and use them as child pr0n? You know that there are entire groups who steal pics of kids and use them for paedo role play?

 

Admittedly the drama is fuckin hilarious.

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No, but you can still view the forums as a guest. It's not about anyone on here being into it but there was a pretty big blogger who recently had pix of her toddler stolen and the FBI got in touch after they were found being used as CP.

 

yes it's unlikely, but still.

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This thread makes me sad.

Reminds me if when BF was throwing R@ndom under the bus....

 

That was a complete train wreck.

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That was a complete train wreck.

 

Wasn't the "other guy" in that equation Jeff Whitehead? As in Jeff "Leviathan: I beat my girlfriend and tattooed 'whore' on her pussy" Whitehead? He's made some pretty good music in his day but his contribution to that saga was probably more entertaining.

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FERTILIZER BYPRODUCT IN THE WATER

 

Austin’s water is not fluoridated with natural fluoride but with fluosilicic acid, a controversial practice that is another cause for debate in questions on fluoride.

 

“It can sound really bad that [Austin’s fluoride] comes from the production of fertilizer,” said Health and Human Services Medical Director Dr. Philip Huang, “but it is a chemical reaction and [being produced from a chemical reaction] does not make it bad.”

 

Austin’s fluosilicic acid is a by-product of a phosphate fertilizer company, Lucier Chemical Industries, said Jane Burazer, assistant director of Austin Water Utility.

 

“The stuff they put in the water is not pharmaceutical grade. It is an industrial hazardous waste,” said Dr. Neil Carman, Sierra Club Clean Air Program director. “It does not just contain the fluosilicic acid. There is also elemental fluorine, hydrofluoric acid. There are also trace contaminants of heavy metals like lead, chromium 6, mercury, barium, selenium and radionuclides.”

 

The product is held to national standards by the American National Standards Institute and the National Science Foundation, Burazer said. The manufacturing process, ingredients and potential contaminants are reviewed annually by NSF toxicologists and minimum test battery for all fluoridation products includes metals of toxicological concern and radionuclides, according to the NSF fact sheet.

 

“Why would you want to put radioactive chemicals in the water at any level?” Carman said. “The only safe level is zero.”

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FERTILIZER BYPRODUCT IN THE WATER

 

Austin’s water is not fluoridated with natural fluoride but with fluosilicic acid, a controversial practice that is another cause for debate in questions on fluoride.

 

“It can sound really bad that [Austin’s fluoride] comes from the production of fertilizer,” said Health and Human Services Medical Director Dr. Philip Huang, “but it is a chemical reaction and [being produced from a chemical reaction] does not make it bad.”

 

Austin’s fluosilicic acid is a by-product of a phosphate fertilizer company, Lucier Chemical Industries, said Jane Burazer, assistant director of Austin Water Utility.

 

“The stuff they put in the water is not pharmaceutical grade. It is an industrial hazardous waste,” said Dr. Neil Carman, Sierra Club Clean Air Program director. “It does not just contain the fluosilicic acid. There is also elemental fluorine, hydrofluoric acid. There are also trace contaminants of heavy metals like lead, chromium 6, mercury, barium, selenium and radionuclides.”

 

The product is held to national standards by the American National Standards Institute and the National Science Foundation, Burazer said. The manufacturing process, ingredients and potential contaminants are reviewed annually by NSF toxicologists and minimum test battery for all fluoridation products includes metals of toxicological concern and radionuclides, according to the NSF fact sheet.

 

“Why would you want to put radioactive chemicals in the water at any level?” Carman said. “The only safe level is zero.”

 

 

 

 

 

Rick Perry and his peoples are trying to kill off the hipster liberals.

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I do not personally know this lady.

But I do know beer shits.

He aight in my book.

Introduced me to someone very near & dear to my heart, so for that alone, I thank him.

 

Things in my life used to be retarded messy.

It's not that way anymore.

I've been sober for a year and a half. Totally.

I don't fuck people over anymore.

so that's pretty cool.

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Where is beer shit with some nasty, soul scarring rebuttals??

 

Need more procreation regret stories.

 

Needs moar meth, ready rock, arrows, and whatnot.

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Haven't posted in years. Log in for the first time in forever to find some quasi-interesting drama popping off and it may already be over before it really good? WTF?

 

Also,

Yo BF! Remember when we met at Rock of ages? You were about to get tattooed by Whitehead, me by Tony Hundahl. That was neat/weird. Wish we had kicked it more but blah blah blah.

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I do remember...it was a weird meeting, for sure.

I have an appt with Tony next week & am pretty stoked for it.

 

Come back through Austin, get more tattoos.

 

 

ps. my Whitehead tattoo is radical, BTW.

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